Alan is the Director of the Caucus. He has previously worked in the UK for the LGBT+ charity Stonewall, the Terrence Higgins Trust, and has served as a Trustee for the British Institute of Human Rights and the homeless charity Centrepoint.
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Louisa is a member of the New Zealand Parliament. She submitted and pioneered New Zealand’s marriage equality bill, which was passed in 2013.
Alberto is one of only two openly gay congressmen in Peru and has been a key supporter of efforts to change civil union laws in the country.
Aziza is a Government senator in Antigua & Barbuda, having served since 2017. She is a writer and feminist, and has campaigned on issues of sexual and gender equality.
Robeyoncé is a state legislator from Pernambuco in Brazil, and was the first openly trans female lawyer in her state. She is a member of the Commission on Sexual and Gender Diversity.
Randy has been an MP in Canada since 2015 and was the first openly gay MP elected in Alberta. He has served as a special adviser to the Canadian Prime Minister on LGBTQ2 issues and has been an impassioned advocate for LGBT+ rights globally.
Esther is a parliamentarian from Kenya and is a key ally who works in philanthropy, having campaigned to fight development challenges in her country.
Jacqueline is an opposition congresswoman from the Dominican Republic and is a champion of women’s rights, LGBT rights, rights for sex workers and people living with HIV. She has recently campaigned on better sex & relationships education in schools.
Diane is a transgender activist from Ecuador who has campaigned strongly on LGBTI issues in her country. Elected in 2017, she has highlighted the issues of transgender bullying and discrimination of transgender people in the workplace.
Fintan is a Senator from Ireland. He is an LGBT activist and a passionate advocate for rights on gender identity and expression.
Seb is a member of the European Parliament and works with the European Parliament’s Intergroup on LGBTI Rights. He is also a patron of LGBT Labour in the UK.